Get yourself some thinner, multi-strand wire. 22 gauge is thick and that would make it more difficult to use. Multi-strand wire is very solder friendly and it doesn't break so easily when you move it around. Because it's more flexible it will be less likely to brake out of the solder bead.
I also use a pair of tweezers to hold the wire down to where I want it soldered: my hand moves enough to make the job difficult + my hand doesn't like the heat of the soldering iron
If you don't have tweezers then do whatever you can to make the wire stay in place by itself.
And of course, as TrickyNekro puts it:
But... it is really a matter of skill eeehhh.
you need to practice...